EXCLUSIVE: $40m already spent on Muhammadu Buhari’s health as his doctors seek to treat him in London for 3 more months

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In a period of protests calling for the resignation or resumption of President Buhari and ensuing counter protests, LeadersNG have exclusively gathered that a whopping sum of $40m has been so far spent on President Buhari’s medical trip to the UK. You would recall that President Buhari left his home country Nigeria for a second medical trip since May and has failed to make a public appearance since then.

LeadersNG have gathered from an inside source within the Office of the National Security Adviser that the $40m was taken from the NSA by Abba Kyari President Buhari’s chief of staff and the NSA DG Babagana Monguno to London to further fund the treatment, accommodation and other logistics involved with Buhari’s extended medical holiday. Even more, a LeadersNG source in the Abuja house in London has confirmed to LeadersNG that there is over $10m cash in the Abuja house in London from where miscellaneous expenses, hotel accommodations, hospital bills, local logistics are being funded.

Meanwhile as tensions continue to rise over the continued absence of the Nigerian President, a source within the Presidency in London has revealed to LeadersNG that President Buhari’s Doctors have refused to grant him a clean bill of health and have ordered that he remains in London for another 3 months to continue his treatment. Although the cabal want to return President Buhari back quickly into the country to douse calls for his resignation by a Resume or Resign group being led by Charles Oputa aka Charly Boy Of the Our Mumu don do movement, it seems like an impossible task as President Buhari appears physically incapacitated fuelled by the failure of the Presidency to release a statement about the President’s current health status.

Only recently, a team of Media aides and the Senior Special Assistant on Diaspora Abike Dabiri visited the President in London in what appeared to be the first video of the President since his departure on May 7.

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